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[Montana] New tobacco rules to include e-cigs and vape pens on campus

Whether outside a dorm, on the Oval or in classrooms, students are smoking e-cigarettes and vapor pens, which are commonly referred to as vape pens. The tobacco free rule in the residence halls has been expanded to include e-cigarettes and vape pens thi
The Montana Kaimin (University of Montana, Missoula)
added Oct 9, 2015 12:47

More College Kids Smoke Pot Now Than Cigarettes, Survey Finds

for the first time, more U.S. college students (6 percent) now smoke a joint each day than light up a cigarette (5 percent). The findings are based on 2014 data collected from more than a thousand college students across the country. The Monitoring the F
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 1, 2015 13:14

[UK] Student tuition fees and the smoking ban are killing off British nightclubs

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR), which represents licenced hospitality venues, revealed that the number of British nightclubs fell to just 1,733, from 3,144 in 2005. In turn, because it is a large employer of Britons aged 18-24 yea
Business Insider
added Aug 10, 2015 05:20

[California] Campus Community Sees a Positive Difference with Smoke Free Policy

A survey of nearly 2,000 students, staff, and faculty at UC Riverside has revealed a significant portion of the campus community has noticed a decrease in second-hand smoke exposure after UCR became a smoke and tobacco free university in 2014.
University of California, Riverside
added Jun 9, 2015 15:22

Secondhand Cigarette Smoke May Cause Weight Gain

They found that those exposed to smoke put on weight. When they drilled down to the cellular level, they found the smoke triggered a tiny lipid called ceramide to alter mitochrondia in the cells, causing disruption to normal cell function and inhibiting
University Herald
added Jun 9, 2015 01:56

Australian National University in Canberra to go 'smoke-free' from July

The Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra has used World No Tobacco Day to announce the campus will go smoke-free from the middle of July. The university announced that the smoking ban would cover the entire ANU campus in Canberra as well as
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) (au)
added Jun 3, 2015 21:58

[Nevada] LETTER: Blocking smoking bill bolsters freedom

I have rarely been prouder of my old plumber, Ira Hansen, than when I read in the RGJ that he may hold up passage of UNR President Johnson’s bill to prohibit smoking on the UNR campus [“Assembly Republicans skeptical of college smoking ban,” News, April
Reno (NV) Gazette-Journal
added May 15, 2015 10:02

[California] Thank you for not smoking

there are blurred lines that begin to come up. While some students smoke on campus, others do not. There is constant talk regarding students smoking near building entrances here no smoking signs are clearly visible. Student Craig Donaldson, a Business ma
California State University, Los Angeles
added May 13, 2015 14:10

University of South Alabama sets date to become smoke-free

on August 1, according to school officials. The ban on tobacco is a result of unanimous approval from the university's Wellness Initiatives Committee as well as input from students and staff from a survey administered in late 2014.
Mobile (AL) Press-Register
added Apr 17, 2015 15:44

[Arizona] Work Explores Social Smoking on College Campuses

young adults ages 18 to 24 continue to smoke more than any other age group, Mimi Nichter writes in "Lighting Up: The Rise of Social Smoking on College Campuses." In interviews with hundreds of college students conducted over a 10-year period on two colle
University of Arizona
added Apr 2, 2015 17:29
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